HoM is where the heart is

A cosy bohemian getaway is exactly what is needed in the heart of Kings Cross, London to slow down the pace of life, a place to enjoy a speciality coffee. Moroccan inspired brunches or a freshly made to order juice. Or if you are looking for handmade Moroccan pottery, woven baskets or rugs...well HoM is where the heart is.

About

Speciality Coffee

We serve the finest coffee from Terrone & Co roasters, through our La Marzooc espresso machine, and use Guernsey cows milk from Estate Dairy, the result is a beautifully rich fruity flavour.    


Juices & Smoothies

Life is juicy so give it a squeeze, we are are all about healthy drinking, we don't get our fruits delivered, we hand pick our fruits daily and make them to order, choose from 6 juice blends or 5 smoothy mixes.

Brunch for Lunch

Before we talk about Moroccan inspired dishes, it essential to know that we have respectively taken smashed avacardo on toast to the next level. We couldn't find the words to describe our menu so please scroll down to view.


Moroccan Homeware

For centuries Morocco has been making artisan handmade pottery & rugs, with timeless, vibrant patterns and textures. HoM works directly with the makers to curate for bohemian chic living. SHOP NOW

The coffee source

Partnering with Terrone Coffee, The only Italian speciality coffee producer in the UK to roast beans in Italy-in a refurbished 1950s Vittoria machine with a customised flame that doesn't hit the beans directly. The result is a slightly more fruity and sweet blend.

 

50% Guatemala

PROCESS: Red Honey
VARIETALS: Red Catuai
ALTITUDE: 1650m

 

50% Brazil Santos

PROCESS: Natural
VARIETALS: Mundo Novo
ALTITUDE: 1000m

 


Sustainable packing is a no-brainer; instead, at HoM we would rather it come at an extra cost to us rather than at a cost to our planet. Our coffee cups and lids are 100% biodegradable, so no need to feel guilty when you finish your cuppa and binning it : )

Popular Eats

Customers say...

Gurkan Gozukara

"Great tasting coffee deserves a daily visit."
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Marc Sinan Winrow

"The coffee I had was great and the quesadillas were very tasty. A nice place to have a coffee and a snack with plenty of natural light."
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Armin Shirazi

"A beautiful gem hidden away in Caledonian Road. A perfect flat white with carrot cake was exactly what I needed."
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Tomek Paczkowski

"Lovely food, I especially enjoyed couscous salad - it’s quite big so enough for lunch even for people with bigger appetites."
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Lucio Luongo

"A stunning little bar, super comfy, run from super friendly people. Love this place them not only for their delicious dish, but also for theirs proverbial hospitality.
Highly recommend."
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Mayuri Hirani

"House of Morocco is a real gem! Lovely food, coffee and people! The deco is stunning! Can't wait to take my friends there soon."
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Nouha

"Had a lovely afternoon here! very friendly baristas and amazing food. consider me a loyal customer from now on!"
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Nigel Herbert

"Popped in for a Flat white which was truly a Flat white it was perfect !! This establishment is the best thing to happen to lower Caledonian Road in years."
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Samad JBLE

A great spot for coffee and chill, Also the Moroccan mint tea is AMAZING!
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Opening hours

Monday - Friday / 8am - 7pm
Saturday / 9am - 7pm
Sunday / 10am-5pm

Last food orders 30 minutes before closing.

ADDRESS
82 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DN, UK
(2minutes walk from Kings Cross tube station)

PHONE
020 7837 1981

EMAIL
hom@houseofmorocco.co.uk

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Moroccan Boutique

Rugs

Timeless rugs handwoven in the Atlas Mountains, every rug is one of a kind and hand picked by HoM.

 

Cushions

Cushions fashioned from vintage rugs that were hand woven by women of the Atlas Mountains. Each cushion is individual with varying geometric styles and colours.
 

Pottery

Handmade and hand painted, in the famous pottery city of Safi, who are masters of their craft.

 

Baskets

Vintage baskets made out of wicker and wool, which are carefully wrapped around each wicker by Berber women, creating these stunning geometric patterns.